Roarke New York’s beaded scarf necklaces are the perfect accessory for the Fall.
“Our pieces are mainly produced in India, where the attention to detail is like no other,” says Laetitia Stanfield, one half of the Roarke duo that also includes designer Mignonne Gavigan. The pair met and founded the line in 2009, after doing stints at Bergdorf Goodman (Stanfield) and Marc Jacobs (Gavigan). The Roarke girls also both count Paris as a former home, citing the city as a huge source of inspiration. “Our travels play a large part in the designs, as does the idea of mixing old with new. We find a lot of inspiration from vintage and flea markets, and rework the details to give them the Roarke touch.”
The line ranges from $100 to $725 and features bib necklaces, bracelets, headpieces, and handbags which are coming this Fall. [Fashionologie]